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that basically eliminates the major legal threat to her campaign. it could be the biggest, most contentious moment of the presidential campaign. the fbi decided not to recommend criminal charges against hillary clinton after investigating her use of a private e-mail server. >> the case has cast a shadow over the presumptive democratic nominee's campaign from the beginning. and while she may be in the clear legally, she's still facing public fallout. here's what fbi director james comey had to say a few hours ago. >> although we did not find clear evidence that secretary clinton or her colleagues intended to violate laws governing the handling of classified information, there is evidence that they were careless in in their handling of highly classified information. >> more than 100 e-mails containing classified information passed through clinton's private server and it's possible that people hostile to the u.s. accessed her e-mail account. >
not intentionally put secret information at risk, nor did she try to cover it up. nbc's steve handelsman is live from charlotte, north carolina. what kind of response are you hearing this afternoon, steve? >> reporter: chris, that's a perfect question because there they are, barack obama and hillary clinton campaigning together for the first time since 2008 when he beat her and neither one of them have said a single world about e-mails, about the fbi recommendation that justice not indict hillary clinton for her alleged bad judgment. president obama, instead, is side by side with clinton to attend her quest for president just five hours after the fbi director, yes, gave her good news but questions her judgment. president obama flew hillary clinton to north carolina on air force one. her campaign paying the cost of
state for the first campaigning together. but bigger news came from the fbi headquarters by director james comey. clinton, the fbi found, put u.s. secrets at risk using hand held devices with a private server but did not break laws on purpose and did not cover that up. no prosecution is recommended. >> we are expressing to justice our view that no judges are appropriate in this case. i know there will be intense public debate and what i can assure the american people is that this investigation was done competently and independently and justly. >> reporter: donald trump tweeted, "fbi director said that hillary compromised our national security. no charges. wow." she did not react today.
obama/clinton supporters lined up in charlotte. >> it's like a lot of energy that is being integrated and it's incredibly powerful. >> power of unity is the most important thing going into november. >> reporter: but the first event comes as her trustworthiness is called into question, not just by trump but by the fbi. today, the question, will clinton get charged, seems resolved. but the questions about her judgment are back in an unfavorable spotlight. she apparently will not be indicted even though it's up to main justice to make that final decision. the ones who heard with comey said went like that and a couple of them went like that, which is way better than like that and criminal charges. >> steve handelsman, thank you. developing this afternoon, a former national
virginia is charged with plotting an attack against the u.s. mohamed sterling is being charged with planning an isis-inspired attack. jalloh bought an assault rifle over the weekend. his sister denies that he would be helping the terrorist group. julie carey will join us in the next hour. ice cream truck drivers are afraid to work after one of their colleagues was shot in prince george's county at a distributor where dozens of trucks park their cars every day. tracee wilkins, what are you hearing? >> reporter: the name of the truck driver has not been released because he's still surviving this shooting. he was shot
we're also hearing from people who knew him, that his wife is pregnant and he's an expecting father. prince george's county police want the two suspects off the streets. they don't have specific, identifying information but they are hoping that someone who knows who these guys are have hearding in about an attempted robbery at this ice cream truck will come forward and give them information that leads to their arrest. here now, the prince george's county police. >> maybe those individuals had knowledge that he was coming back at that location at that specific time or they were just going to randomly choose someone from the parking lot who had money at that time. >> reporter: now you can hear the prince george's county police still trying to figure out why this ice cream truck driver was targeted. was it random or was he followed by someone and then this attempted robbery happened? police are not sure if he was even given the opportunity to give the money
nine times. coming up on news4 at 5:00, we talk with the man that was there moments after the shooting. he tells us about the words that he exchanged with this ice cream truck driver who thought his life was going to end in that parking lot. reporting live outside of prince george's county police headquarters, tracee wilkins, back to you in the studio. >> thank you, tracee. the fourth trial of a police officer charged in the death of freddie gray will start on thursday. lawyers for rice argued the acquittal of the last two officers shows that there's insufficient evidence to convict the remaining four. today, a bench trial was decided. protesters gathered in support of muriel
>> moving forward even though in spite of threats against her life and a bigoted attack from state lawmakers and efforts to get her disbarred. >> she's t >>. well, you felt it as soon as you walked outside. the three hs are dominating our weather. hazy, hot and humid. >> how about that? meteorologist doug kammerer in the storm center. is it going to get hotter? >> it's going to get hotter and more humid. the heat index is close to 100 degrees. we're going to be in the hazy, hot and humid weather for the next couple of days. right now we're at 91 degrees. 88 in leesburg. 90 tow
the first heatwave of the summer is coming up. i'll show you how long that's going to last. the heat index is near 100 degrees. isolated storm chances, we'll talk more about that but more about this heat. i'll show you how long it will last. remember, we have the ten-day forecast coming up. not all fireworks shows went as planned last night. the reminders of just how dangerous fireworks can be. a transit police officer shoots and kills an officer near the metro
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a deadly shooting just steps from a metro station. it was a transit officer who shot and killed a suspect last night. it happened on 49th street near the d station. mark segraves, what have you learned? >> reporter: things were pretty heated in northeast. there was a lot of action and fireworks. these are fireworks and m-80s going off last night we found littered throughout the streets and they sounded a
gunshots when they got off. police say the trouble started just before 11:00 last night. that's when the 911 call came in and metro police responded for the reports of illegal fireworks. when they got here, according to police, they found a man with a handgun. police say that man opened fire on police firing several shots at him and at that point a metro police officer returned fire killing the suspect. now, today the metro police officer has been placed on leave pending the outcome of the investigation. they say no one else other than the suspect was injured during last night's shooting. now neighbors here tell us there's a lot of crime in this area and they've been asking for police support in this neighborhood. coming up at 5:00, you'll hear from some of the residents and you'll hear what the metro chief of police had to say to his staff about this incident. reporting live in northeast, mark ra
pbs apologized as they wanted to create the best viewer experience and didn't know what the fireworks would look like with the weather. a lot of you and your friends were quick to notice that some shots were clear of clouds and there's no scaffolding on the capitol. social media lit up saying, "fake" and "shame." and only in d.c., can a fireworks show become a scam. a few cities suspended their fireworks. so college park lights off tonight and gaithersburg and solomon's island will wait until friday and frederick is waiting until july 24th and alexandria was already scheduled for
you can go to the nbc washington app and search fireworks for the complete schedule. many of you watched fireworks over the holiday, most of which went off without a problem. fireworks can be unpredictable and at times very dangerous. >> reporter: fireworks, an american tradition enjoyed by millions every fourth of july. each year, there are reminders of how dangerous they be can. in plymouth, massachusetts, two barges went up in flames. >> everything just kind of lit up. it was like the grand finale that never got more than 30 or 40 feet in the air. >> fireworks show malfunctioned and shot too close to the ground. >> oh, my gosh! >> reporter: a similar incident in colorado and again int. vernon, kentucky, when fireworks sh fell off the stand a
is in serious condition losing part of a leg and multiple fingers. he may lose his eyesight as well after tieing some 200 sparklers together before lighting them. >> i want everybody to see this so they'll know, you know, what happened and don't let their kids do this. because it's not worth it. >> fireworks, a celebratory tradition that can quickly go awry if mishandled or proper precautions are not taken. one of the most shared stories on our facebook page, a growing debate over the world war ii memorial and whether it's okay to swim in the rainbow pool. i just had someone post on my page saying, "people have no respect for veterans. they say they do and then do stuff like this." it's against the rules and several signs warned visitors not to wade in the water. some visitors think it's a nice place to relax and cool off. others say it's not a
disrespectful to those being honored. and they are wondering why the park service isn't doing more about it. you can comment on my facebook page or head over to the nbc washington page as well. well, it's a day when many people want to get into a pool and you may want to get into the pool as the evening or the week wears on. doug? >> the air outside is thick. cut it with a knife. >> it's going to continue, guys. this is really the first time that we've seen this hot and humid weather so far this year. we had one day with a heat index of 95 earlier. that was it. now a heat index of 95 degrees. taking a look outside, we're dealing with various hot and humid conditions but it gets even more hazy over the next couple of days. nice, blue skies. temperatures at 91 degrees and winds out of the north at 10 miles per hour. look at the current temperatures. 90 in leesburg, 91 in
get the heat index, which is how it feels when you're outside. feels like 98 in d.c. 104 down towards fredericksburg. 98 in leesburg. 93 in clinton. this is a feels-like temperature, the current heat index. really be careful if you're going to be outside. radar nothing to show. one little storm here, one little shower here to the south of waldorf but that is it. that's the case for the next couple of days. most of us dry but can't rule out a couple of showers. the frontal boundary continues to move on through. you can see the showers coming up around the waldorf area. scattered showers are going to be it. the slow moisture moving across our region. what we're going to see is it's going to be hot and humid and thunderstorms remain for the next couple of days. notice tomorrow morning, 8:00 a.m., if we have this kind of an air mass, around 3:00, a couple of scattered showers, maybe
rumble of thunder or two. we're not expecting anything to be strong over the next couple of days. 89 by noon tomorrow. 93 by 4:00 in the afternoon. isolated storm but mostly on the dry side. as we move through the next day or so, with the humidity, look at the heat index for the next couple of days. 99 in fredericksburg. up to 100 again in fredericksburg. 97 in manassas. heat and humidity is definitely on. take a look at the forecast. it shows you that we stay in a heatwave through saturday. high temperature on saturday, 95 degrees. just a slight chance of a shower tomorrow, thursday and friday. again, we're not expecting much in the way of rain. we see a cold front on saturday that brings the temperatures down a little bit. we go back down into the upper 80s but we could see another heatwave in the middle of next week. much more about this. >> thank
significantly damaged after a fire there today. it happened at the american academy of equestrian sciences near route 15. farm hands went out to lunch. when they got back, they found the place on fire. no word yet on what started it. communities in florida are racing to contain an invasion of toxic algae along the coast. no one knows how bad it can be long term. scientists expect massive amounts of wish to die in the coming weeks as the algae roethlisbergrots and falls to the floor. could it be one possible solution to gridlock in our area? take a look at this. a new bus that can travel above and has a large space underneath that allows cars to
1200 passengers and it's completely electric. the buses are expected to hit the market and the wrote next year. >> that is so simple but -- >> a lot of faith. >> it does. you have to be innovative in this area with the way we're adding populations here. that's pretty cool to me. >> yep. >> well, speaking of transportation, get ready for the latest safe track surge. >> it starts tonight and why it won't be as long as the others, it's going to have an impact. we're looking at live pictures from the rally with president obama and hillary clinton. the f
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james comey says his agency found clinton's state department was extremely careless in how it handled government information. but that it wasn't done intentionally nor was there any cover-up. >> we are expressing to justice our view that no charges are appropriate in this case. i know there will be intense public debate in the wake of this recommendation as there was throughout the investigation. >> the public debate over the recommendation already starting with clinton's republican rival donald trump in a series of tweets today, the presumptive gop called the system rigged and wrote "fbi director said crooked hillary compromised our national security. no charges. wow!" he will also be campaigning in north carolina later tonight. he's scheduled to hold an event in raleigh. we want to know if you are satisfied with the results of the fbi
e-mail use and the recommendation not to file charges. it's our flash survey of the day. weigh in on the nbc washington facebook page. in just a few hours, metro's next safe track surge kicks in. this one shuts down service on the blue and yellow lined between braddock road and regulreagan national airport. we're live at the braddock road station with adam tuss. adam? >> reporter: as prepared as they can be. the next surge starts at 8:00 tonight, which is only about 3 1/2 hours from now. for the most part, people say they have heard about it and they are making alternative plans. the bus is going to be a big part of this next plan because rail service is going to be shut down between braddock road and reagan national airport. that means you want to get on the right bus. you have to pay attention to the signage on those buses. we talked about all
the transportation and environmental services spoke with us for the city of alexandria. >> we will have people out on braddock road helping people get to the right place but with the weather warm, the trains are going to be very crowded and the bus bridge is going to be very crowded. >> reporter: think about the weather over the next couple of days. we're talking about 90s, high 90s and switching between a bus and a train and back and forth. it's going to take an extra level of patience over the next couple of days. again, about 3 1/2 hours before surge three kicks in. back to you. >> all right. thank you very much, adam. loudoun county officials are engaged in an increasingly heated debate over making june lgbt pride month. a board member introduced the resolution after dozens of people requested it but republicans and other elected leaders will slamming the proposal. e
gender confusion to children and promotes it. >> no bill! >> protesters arrested this afternoon in the capitol rotunda for staging a sit-in. they were chanting no bill, no break. they were holding pictures of loved ones that they have lost to gun violence. they called on legislators to take up legislation that calls for universal background checks. members of d.c. moms and dads for national gun safety legislation marched to the capitol to ask for gun safety legislation and congressional interference with d.c. gun laws. >> when i hear about congress people from kentucky or somewhere else trying to change the laws so guns are allow
say in the matter, it's infuriating to me. >> charles allen took part in today's rally. this week, they will vote on a gun control proposal. a maryland woman is going to have to spend time in jail after admitting she tampered with a co-worker's drink last fall. news4's meagan fitzgerald has been looking into this. >> reporter: a montgomery county woman was sentenced for ten days in jail, 18 months probation for poisoning her co-worker. she poured solution into a water bottle. she told the judge that what she did was childish but didn't mean to harm her co-worker sophia santa cruz. back in october of 2015, lemonfield and santa cruz were working here in gaithersburg.
up several times after drinking the contaminated water. she called 911 and after reviewing cameras inside the store, lemonfield was arrested. we caught up with the victim moments after sentencing. coming up at 5:00, her reaction to what was said inside the courtroom. meagan fitzgerald, news4. not looking too bad out there. sunny skies and a little on the humid side. you walkout side and as we go into the next part of the weekend, that heat is here to stay compared to yesterday and over the weekend when temperatures were in the 70s. a little chilly fourth of july. but we're making up for it today with temperatures around 90 degrees. some areas have started their heatwave. national weather service here in sterling. what constitute as heatwave, three consecutive days at 90 or ab
a few showers popping up and more moderate rain along route 6. coming up, south of i-56, you may see a few sprinkles if you're driving around or out and about. otherwise, you can see not really widespread and nothing too big. we're going to be talking about the ten-day forecast and show you when we can cool down, coming up. a heartbreaking moment for track and field's running mom after she collapses and missed qualifying for the olympics. how she turns this defeat into a personal victory. a new deal wthi prodders, shuckersers, and sniffers,
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a dramatic and heartbreaking finish for the women's 800 meter final for the u.s. olympic trials in oregon. this is alisia montano who struggled finishing the race during the final 200-meter stretch. with this finish, she did not qualify for the games. she made international headlines by competing when she was nearly eight months pregnant. that was back during the 2014 national championship. that was painful to watch. wilson and williams did qualify and will be heading to rio. so heartbreaking for her. >> all of that work, all of that work, that
look, there's just one month to go until the opening ceremony. workers in rio are finishing up those last-minute preparations. promising everything is ready on time. he says a massive clean-up is scheduled to start july 15th. athletes should be able to have access to those venues a week later. rio is expecting more than 10,000 athletes and half a million visitors to these games. the opening ceremony is going to be seen on august 5th, right here on nbc 4. one of the major concerns about the olympics this summer is zika. now researchers say they are getting close to a vaccine in the fight against the virus. lawrence mayac has more. >> reporter: on this slide, it's the green patches to look for a. they are showing infections by the zika virus. >> so the bright green shows that it's infected? >
philadelphia lab is when the green started to not show up that they knew they were onto something. david winer runs the center. what was your reaction when you saw that it was working? >> if it's going to work once, it's going to work twice. if it's going to work twice, let's get it to work ten times. >> reporter: confident that this lab could take on the virus being carried by mosquitos and believed to cause birth defects. >> we always feel the time pressure but we saw the time pressure. >> reporter: and researchers said vaccines could take decades. one reason, they have done it before, not with zika about with other viruses including ebola, collaborating with the same team. joseph kim is the ceo. >> david weiner and the sign tiffs make the perfect meal, delicious me,
and replicate it into millions of meals that are commercialized. >> reporter: the next step is a clinical trial with human volunteers. >> what has the response been so far? >> so far, a lot of hope. there's definitely a great, strong, medical need for this. >> nasa scientists say it's the hardest thing they've ever done. >> today they are celebrating a mission that's taken five years to put together. coming up, what they hope to learn from this journey to jupiter. and talk about sticker shock, auto insurance rates are rising in some parts of our area. consumer reporter susan hogan tells us where and explainwhy. s
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for the first time in two decades, a spacecraft is orbiting jupiter. it's been five years since the juno probe launched but late last night it slipped into orbit around the giant planet bringing cheers and applause from nasa's engineers. chris pallone has more. >> reporter: a journey of nearly 2 billion miles coming down to a crucial descent late on the fourth of july and then success. nasa's jupiter probe is orbiting the largest planet. >> and liftoff. >> it took nearly five yearo
traveled anything farther than anything ever made. >> the journey and targets within one second on a target that was just a tenth of a kilometer large. isn't that incredible. >> reporter: jupiter is the size of a basketball court and will measure gravity and how much water and ammonia is in the planet's atmosphere. >> how does your solar system get to be the solar system? where is this amazing universe that we see? how does that work and how does it begin? >> reporter: the success sets the stage with other solar probes in the future. chris pallone, nbc news.
fascinating story closer to earth. finally, we're going to feel more like summer as we continue into this work week. things are really heating up. temperatures are right around the 90-degree mark. we're showing the heatwave right now and we'll continue with temperatures in the 90s as we go into the early part of the weekend. national harbor camera not looking too bad out there. we have a few clouds out around the region. partly cloudy as we continue into the evening but we're looking good and heating things up. we're going to have daily rain chances. a few showers out there right now. the heat index is going to be over 100 at times. we continue through this week. the humidity and heat combined with the heat index and the humidity will thaw by the time we get into next week.
up to 91 here in d.c. 84 in frederick and temperatures will continue to fall into the 70s during the overnight. this is what it feels like outside. this number matter as little bit more and make sure if you're headed out, you are hydrating. 98 in washington and 96 in manassas and 96 in leesburg. this is what it feels like, already in the triple-degree heat index at 102. nats game tonight, hopefully we can get a win. we didn't get one yesterday. it's going to be a muggy evening but all in all, mostly dry. showers are staying down south of i-66 to see the shenandoah valley and up towards hagerstown. some of them are more heavy. where all of this meets and then continues down through
county, you may be heading into a few showers. again, highly isolated. all right. sunny and muggy. partly cloudy tomorrow. a few showers here and there low 90s and then on thursday in the 90s. tomorrow, again, a little on the warm side. 30%, 30% for each afternoon. saturday and sunday, looking good. the humidity finally falls on monday, tuesday, and wednesday. >> law, lauryn. just the foundation for hospital kicks off paintfest america. some resejers have found that creating art is a positiveç impact on
forbes top colleges was released and stanford university is back on top. that's followed by williams college and harvard. the annual survey discovered the average tuition and fees at private colleges is more than $32,000 a year at in-state public colleges, it runs more than 9,000. forbes says two trends to note here. the rise of west coast colleges and the dominance of private schools over a public school has a better return on your investment. comcast and netflix has struck a deal that makes netflix's streaming video service available to some comcast customers. it's the biggest deal ever for netflix through the cable or satellite customers. it will be available to people who have the x1 cable service later this year. comcast is the parent company of
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nationwide. ia former guardsman has bee charg charged with conspireing with isis. he wanted to wage a similar attack and just days ago, jalloh tried to buy an ar-15 but didn't have enough i.d. with him. by that time, the gun store was working with authorities and sold him a disabled weapon. ahead, what jalloh hold the undercover informant and agent about what turned him away from military service. an american college student found dead hours after he arrived in rome. >> a homeless man is charged with his
>> reporter: he was out with his roommate and friends and went to pay a bill and was never seen again. failing to appear later that morning for class, yesterday police found a body in the river. three days after he disappeared. beau was 19 and a student at the university of wisconsin, madison. jake solomon is his older brother. >> he called credit card company and realized thousands of dollars had been charged on his card. >> reporter: police focused on the neighborhood where the student was last seen and on reports that a man was seen throwing someone in the river. they have now arrested a homeless italian man on suspicion of aggravated murder. another brother, cole, remembers beau's courage, overcoming childhood cancer. >> throwing up throughout his life and was able to overcome all of that. >> reporter: american
in rome are shocked at his death. friends and students held a vigil for beau solomon, murdered within hours of arriving in italy for a summer of learning. his friends in wisconsin are not surprisingly shocked. one who has known him for five years told us that beau was really excited about the trip and posted a tribute on facebook saying, "beau, you were too good for this place. you'll be dearly missed. thank you for being a blessing." back to you. news4 at 5:00 starts now. >> right now at 5:00, no criminal charges for hillary clinton amid an e-mail scandal. the surprise announcement comes just hours before she shares the stage with president obama. but the news from the fbi is not all good. >> a former national guard soldier from northern virginia has been charged with plotting to help isis. we'll tell y
been targeting. and we've just learned that a deadly police shooting started as a shootout and this community is fed up. >> this is obviously a frightening place to be. >> summertime is just -- they are out here going crazy. i'm pat lawson muse. wendy is off tonight. >> and i'm jim handly. breaking news in the seven corners area of fairfax county. police have shut down the area. >> a man robbed a bank on arlington boulevard. he left a bag at the front door when he left. police have the area closed off right now as they look at what's in that bag. news4's jackie bensen just got to the scene and will bring us more information as we learn it. now to a developing story in northern virginia. investigators tell us he was plotting an
on u.s. soil but tonight a former virginia national guardsman is behind bars. the plot, foiled. mohamed jalloh lived in sterling. julie carey is live with new details. julie? >> reporter: mohamed jalloh was arrested. he purchased an assault rifle and only by that time the gun store was working with investigators and the gun had been disabled. he faces charges that could lead to years in prison. the hearing for 26-year-old mohamed jalloh was brief. later, his lawyer refused comment. >> no comment. >> reporter: this detailed a affidavit reveals that a now deceased isis member brokered